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They Love Eachother
TASB #2 - finniculi finnicula
Me & My Uncle >
Jack Straw >
Patches made with the Aud source taken from the archive: AUD>MC>DAT>CDR
Promised Land 0:00 to 0:20
Dire Wolf 3:47 to 4:11
TASB #2 0:00 to 0:04
Row Jimmy 9:20 to 9:38
TASB #3 0:00 to 0:24
Bertha 0:00 to 0:18
Good Lovin' 5:51 to 7:35
COMPLETE SHOW: Go to archive.org and download the remainder of the show
from Stagger Lee onwards. Disc One will be the entire first set. Start
Disc Two from Track 14. Track 17 will append itself to the beginning of
Stagger Lee and be seamless. That gives you a three disc set.
SBD PORTION ONLY: Make a two disc set. Put the disc split between Row
Jimmy and Minglewood. Eliminate the crowd noise track (number 17).
Notes July 2005:
-- This is an unlineaged cassette from years ago. Since it's not listed in
etree, and not on any active lists, I've decided to circulate this copy.
-- Deadlists gives the following info: "For the SBD, the first set and
second set through 5:59 of Good Lovin' is high quality". They also refer
to a badly deteriorated and cut-up second set completion tape, but I do
not have that part.
-- Jerry's voice is showing signs of the damage that would force the
cancellation of the final shows from this tour. Although he does manage
to squeeze out about 45 final choruses in Deal!
-- Slight saturation in the vocals at the end of Deal, and in Good Lovin'.
-- The Aud source is pitch correct, but the sbd was sped up. I used
Soundforge to correct the pitch in the Sbd source.
November 22, 2020 Subject:
This is the Promised Land calling
Real sweet & getting towards the end of Keith & Donna's
time with the band.
Jerry's vocals raspy but hey I was going to shows in 1985.
Overall this is good for what ails me
It is great that they were still playing smaller venues and touring off the beaten track. Personally, I really enjoyed journeying to shows as part of a road trip.
Upstate N.Y. certainly had its own vibe. I loved the Adirondacks and just generally getting out of N.Y.C.
Could find some hassles occasionally being on the road.
But better than the typical city involved in a typical daydream.
I know I am hopelessly ensnared in the GD universe
Because just about every set I see has me going
"well, that is a cool list"
It takes Donna until T.L.E.O to start backing vocals
but she is front and center for Cassidy
Just musing on the passage of time in 78 I was just getting into rock n roll. 1st show was YES in the round at MSG.
I knew about the Grateful Dead and I saw them listed at MSG for upcoming shows but no way was my Mom going to let me see a band named the Grateful Dead.
Funny but in 1990 I got her to go to an MSG show but she didn't like it enough to Head to Europe with me.
This is a laid back 1st set lots of tuning between songs,
no particular rush or hurry
Ahh Dire Wolf-cool
Always felt this was a tricky tune for them to pull off live.
They played it fairly regularly but usually not in heavy rotation.
Good version here they stay with it especially backing vocals.
"Take a step back", yes only at a dead show.
Me & My Uncle> Big River-miss these cowboy tunes.
Big River ends up morphing into Maggie's Farm by the late 80's
Row Jimmy thrives on the emotion of Garcia's voice and guitar.
Minglewood-Weir gets tangled in those bad boy lyrics
Like to here Donna backing on the Loser
Such a mellow tune
Jack Straw-like it late 1st set
lots of muffed lyrics
like Donna in the mix for Straw
good jam-everybody in
and that goes double for DEAL
Donna sings opera high end register..
Not sure I comment on Bertha very much but I like this one.
Garcia seems to find the sweet spot for his crispy vocals
>Good Lovin' creature of habit pretty much always got this as a
Second Set Closer. Liked it with the La Bamba at MSG.
dropouts/ audience recording
enough of an issue to be duly noted.
funny to hear the tapers thinking a Shakedown?
And that is all we get folks.
Quick abrupt end of recording early 2nd set
warning for the unexpected Head.
Good Listen for what is here!